Dr. Neeru Jayanthi explains research which found that focusing on a single sport may be more harmful than enjoying multiple physical activities, year-round.
Dr. Neeru Jayanthi practices what he preaches as he participates in a doubles tennis tournament in 2011 (Jeff Cagle / For the Chicago Tribune)
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